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Trijicon Holds One Millionth ACOG® Celebration in October

Celebrating Its Soon-to-be-Produced One Millionth ACOG
with 24 Days of ACOG Sweepstakes
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WIXOM, MI (September 19, 2017) – Trijicon® is proud to announce the soon-to-be-produced one millionth ACOG® 4×32 riflescope. From the home of Trijicon founder Glyn Bindon to the front lines of America’s greatest fighting forces, the Trijicon Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight (ACOG) has grown to become one of the most durable, combat-proven, versatile aiming devices ever.

To celebrate this exciting milestone with customers and dealers, Trijicon is hosting a 24 Days of ACOG Sweepstakes at MillionthACOG.com. Here’s how it will work:

·     For 24 straight days (starting October 1), visitors to MillionthACOG.com can enter once each day for a chance to win a prize package.

·     On the last day (October 24 – 25), 24 Days of ACOG turns to 24 Hours of ACOG, when visitors get a chance to win the grand prize by entering every hour for 24 hours.

·     All daily winners will be announced during 24 Hours of ACOG, with the grand prize winner announced on October 26.

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Trijicon is proud to count among its ACOG users the United States Marine Corps, United States Army, United States Special Operations Forces, United States Government, state and local Law Enforcement and many of America’s allies. Not to mention the hundreds of thousands of civilian enthusiasts who trust the ACOG for their dedicated riflescope.

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To learn more about the 24 Days of ACOG Sweepstakes, visit MillnthACOG.com. And to learn the history of the legendary ACOG, go to MillionthACOG.com/ACOG HISTORY.

For more information on Trijicon’s complete array of Brilliant Aiming Solutions™ for the hunting, shooting, military and law enforcement markets, contact Trijicon®, Inc. at (248) 960-7700 or visit www.trijicon.com

True American Heroes – Ed “Doc” Pepping

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Maybe it is my overwhelming sense of patriotism or maybe my prior service in the military that makes me realize the honor of being in the company of such men.  American heroes, like Ed “Doc” Pepping (pictured above), truly make me appreciate the sacrifices made by those who came before us.

For those who don’t know who Mr. Pepping is, he was a medic with Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne, who was the recipient of the Bronze Star Medal for his actions in Normandy in the days following D-Day during WWII.

Does “Easy Company” sound familiar?  It should if you watched the HBO Series “Band of Brothers”.

I suppose that the older I get, the more I appreciate history and especially the fleeting history that still lives through men like this.  I will always take whatever time I can get with these heroes and patiently listen and hang on to every word they have to say.

It was a distinct honor to meet Mr. Pepping at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas a few years ago while he was signing his book.  Given the opportunity I would love to hear more stories he has to share.

If you wold like to know more about Mr. Pepping and his story, check out the blog that his son,  Matt Pepping, runs in honor of his father’s heroism.

http://edpepping.wordpress.com/